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LATEST NEWS FROM VSS

3 August 2021

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Urgent Case Management at VSS

Urgent Case Management at VSS

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The Covid pandemic accelerated changes in small animal practice over the last year or so. One of the changes we have observed at VSS is an increase in urgent referrals. To ensure that we continue to offer the best possible care for these cases...

2 August 2021

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VSS Congratulates New Specialists

VSS Congratulates New Specialists

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VSS is very pleased to announce that three of our residents have achieved their Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists. Achieving Fellowship allows the recipients to register as specialists in their field. ...

14 July 2021

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Lilah and Pyothorax

Lilah and Pyothorax

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Meet Lilah! Lilah presented to us with 'Pyothorax', which is the presence of inflammatory fluid (or puss) within the chest cavity. 'Pyothorax' is usually caused by a bacterial infection, which in Lilah's case was a 'Pas...

5 July 2021

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Ivy the Pug's C2 Fracture

Ivy the Pug's C2 Fracture

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Ivy is a genteel old pug who presented to our surgical team at VSS following acute onset of weakness and paralysis in all four legs after being found collapsed underneath a balcony edge at the owners' home. Imaging using CT scan demonstrated...

24 June 2021

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Kimba and Fatty Liver Syndrome

Kimba and Fatty Liver Syndrome

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Meet Kimba! Kimba is a domestic shorthair that came to visit our Cat Specialist Dr Rachel Korman at our Underwood Hospital. Kimba is a complicated little girl who was treated initially for a fungal infection of her nose after receiving immunos...